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Spoken Aggregate at the Widow Jane Mine

Last Updated: 02/16/2019 7:38 am
click to enlarge The Widow Jane Mine on the Snyder Estate.
  • The Widow Jane Mine on the Snyder Estate.

Spoken Aggregate, formerly Subterranean Poetry, celebrates its 22nd year with an event to shake the underground. Glenn Warner and Adrianna Delgado arranged collaborative performances from 12 fellow poets, including Donald Lev, editor of Home Planet News, Will Nixon, co-author of the new The Pocket Guide to Woodstock, and Janet Hamill, a Pushcart Prize nominee who has performed spoken word at well-touted venues both local and abroad. It is unlikely, even for a traveler such as Hamill, to have performed in a cave; that is, the former limestone mine—the Widow Jane Mine on the Snyder Estate. This primitive venue, the entrance to a former limestone mine, hosts the poets on August 26. Admission is $5 for the 12pm to 4pm performance. Books, CDs, food, and refreshments will be for sale between performances.
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